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  • Sally Carver

    Mod Podge on clear plastic ornaments with scrap fabrics! Too cute! Modge Podge = 1/2 "school glue" (like Elmers) + 1/2 water.

  • Vanessa

    DIY Ornaments:: Mod Podge clear plastic ornaments with scrap fabric, simple and oh so cute!

  • dustbunny

    Scrappy Ornaments - Put Mod Podge and scrap fabric on clear plastic ornaments.

  • Michelle Wilson

    Scrappy Ornaments - Use Mod Podge to adhere fabric scraps to clear plastic ornaments. (could use sentimental fabric that you can't part with but don't know how to use:)

  • Holly

    Next Years Christmas ornament! Mod Podge on clear plastic ornaments with scrap fabric.

  • Gina Gladden

    I see an Ooga fabric ornament tree in my future~ Mod Podge on clear plastic ornaments with scrap fabric simple and oh so cute

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